The Growth Weekly - Why growth is getting hard, 50 smartest companies 2017, learnings from 100 m article headlines, debunking growth hacking myths and the elevator 2.0

Hello growth enthusiastsGo grab yourself a fresh cup of coffee: here are the best growth reads we fou
The Growth Weekly - Why growth is getting hard, 50 smartest companies 2017, learnings from 100 m article headlines, debunking growth hacking myths and the elevator 2.0
By The Growth Weekly • Issue #39
Hello growth enthusiasts

Go grab yourself a fresh cup of coffee: here are the best growth reads we found on the web this week.
In this week’s issue: why growth is getting hard, learnings from 100 m article headlines, debunking growth hacking myths, 50 smartest companies 2017, the elevator 2.0, world’s most powerful computer and batteries consuming 100x less energy.
Enjoy your read

Growth
Growth is getting hard from intensive competition, consolidation, and saturation
It gets much, much harder to grow new products or pivot existing ones into new markets The reason for the above is that there are multiple trends that impede growth for new products. We’ll look at a couple trends in this essay.
We Analyzed 100 Million Headlines. Here’s What We Learned (New Research)
In many cases headlines are the thing that is shared rather than the article. Do you know what makes an engaging headline? To help answer this question we analyzed 100 million article headlines.
Separating the Growth Hacking Myths from the Realities
When growth hacking first emerged, some thought it would remain the domain of Silicon Valley insiders. Common myths about growth hacking, debunked.   
Innovation
50 Smartest Companies 2017
Our editors pick the 50 companies that best combine innovative technology with an effective business model.
How to Integrate Data and Analytics into Every Part of Your Organization
Start with a clear understanding of what you hope to accomplish.
7 Disruptive Technologies Destined To Change The World
ARK Invest recently came out with ‘Big Ideas’ – a yearly report that breaks down what they believe are the technologies to look out for as these are bound to make significant progress in the near future.
Cool stuff
ThyssenKrupp's Elevator of the Future Will Move Sideways Without a Single Cable
One of the biggest engineering challenges of building a towering skyscraper isn’t keeping the structure from falling over, it’s moving all the people around inside of it. Germany’s ThyssenKrupp has completely redesigned elevators so that they can move sideways.
Meet the world’s most powerful computer
Two decades ago China did not have a single supercomputer – and now it has the world’s most powerful.
New Material Could Lead to Devices That You Only Need to Charge Once Every Three Months
Researchers developed a new magnetoelectric multiferroic material which allowed processors to work with 100 times less energy.
Thanks for reading. Keep growing!
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